I am guessing from your picture that you are thinking DISHES!
My life is good, I would like poverty eliminated for those poor souls in the world who are suffering because they don't have the basics. Knowing that Poverty no longer existed would improve my daily life no end.
I was fortunate enough to work in a career which was both my passion and a good earner.I can honestly say that I did not once wake up and think to myself,'I do not want to go to work today!" I was raised to believe that if you enjoy your job,then you will never work a day in your life,and in my case,this definitely proved true!!!
Thank you so much:only someone who has pain,knows what it can be like!! But I can still find so many wonderful things to smile about,and I am so fortunate compared to many who suffer even more severely than I do. It's all relative,really, isn't it?
Honestly...I have shown him the big white machine in the laundry.
I told him it's called a 'washing machine'?
He looked at me, smiled and said ''Mum I love you and your sense of humour''.
Bless his heart.
I'm aiming for 2015 the year he will open the lid on it, and 'maybe'? put something in.
2016...is going to be a huge year! he will not only look at the big white monster, and even open it's lid & put something in it...but, turn on a nob and
add washing liquid.
That's what I'm aiming for. :)
My son is two and already wants to help me with the washing (he passes me wet clothes from the basket when I'm hanging them out). I expect the novelty will wear off soon, but he'd better be able to do it for himself by 21 if he is still creating a dozen loads a week! I SO don't have time for that.